Headaches come in lots of varieties, and some are easily recognizable. But some aren’t as well-known. Here are the causes and solutions for them.
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DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I had an extremely painful headache that was diagnosed as a cluster headache in the emergency department. I was treated with oxygen, and the pain disappeared. Is it common to treat headaches with oxygen, or is this a treatment specific to this type of headache?
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Q: I recently had an echocardiogram that showed I have a hole between the two upper chambers in my heart. My doctor thought it might be connected to my headaches. What might that mean for me?